Decorating DIY Home Decor DIY Home Accents Potato Stamp Art Is a Kid-Friendly Project for the Whole Family This unique piece of art gets its pretty pattern from budget-friendly potatoes. Try it out to produce artwork with the just-right shape, size, and color. By Megan Boettcher Megan Boettcher Instagram Megan Boettcher is a freelance writer with more than 15 years of experience writing for home design, DIY, and holiday titles. Learn about BHG's Editorial Process Published on May 8, 2018 Share Tweet Pin Email Project Overview Working Time: 1 hour Total Time: 4 hours Skill Level: Kid-friendly Choosing an interesting focal point for your gallery wall is an important and challenging decision. Make it yourself if you can't find the exact art you're looking for! Match your color scheme perfectly with easy-to-make modern artwork using crafts paint and potatoes as stamps. This DIY project is so fun to make, and when framed, it looks like it came from a pricey home store. Check out our steps below to see how putting potatoes to paper can make some seriously cool art. What You'll Need Equipment / Tools 1 Serrated knife 1 Paintbrush Materials 1 Newspaper or kraft paper 1 Watercolor paper 1 Potatoes 1 Crafts paint Instructions Prep Potatoes Set up your work surface. To prevent a mess, lay out newspaper or kraft paper, then position watercolor paper in your desired size on top. Cut the potato in half using a serrated knife for a circular shape. Cut in half again for a half-circle shape, or trim to other desired stamp shapes. Use a small paint brush to cover the cut side of the potato with a generous amount of crafts paint. Stamp and Repeat Press firmly onto watercolor paper and lift. Repeat across entire sheet, using varying paint colors and consistency. Set aside to dry.